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2607, 2018

Tour de Force Includes Chance for Someone to Ride Along

July 26th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

A Bugatti Chiron will be rolling into town, while what is possibly the most powerful BMW X6M in the world will test just how fast it can go on the highway north of Ketchum. Get ready for the Sun Valley Tour de Force, which will take place Friday and Saturday, July 27-28, in Sun Valley. The weekend will kick off on Friday with a car tour from Ketchum to Smiley Creek and back, followed by a free car show at Ketchum Town Square. This Jaguar’s top speed is 195. What’s more, some lucky VIP pass holder will win a chance [...]

2407, 2018

SVPN – July 2018

July 24th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

A two-day event, the first annual Sun Valley Tour de Force, promises fun for everyone.  From a downtown car show to the Huckleberry Drive to evening entertainment, the Tour de Force is sure to become a favorite Sun Valley summer event.  In partnership with Simmons Fine Jewelry and TAG Heuer, the very first limited edition Sun Valley Tour de Force Formula 1 watch was created just for the event.  The Tour de Force is supported by their generous sponsors and event partners - Grizzly Peak Marketing, Explorer Consulting, Simmons Fine Jewelry, TAG Heuer, Hudyma-Matthews Living Trust, Singer Vehicle Design, [...]

1807, 2018

Sun Valley Tour de Force slated for end of July

July 18th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

The Sun Valley Tour de Force will deliver high speeds; super cars; professional safety crews; and hosted sponsor events to car fans July 27-28. The Huckleberry Drive will be from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. July 27. From the Wood River YMCA, cruise north on Idaho 75 over Galena Pass to Smiley Creek. Break for a huckleberry milkshake at Smiley Creek Lodge and return. The car show follows from 6 to 9 p.m. in Town Square. Enjoy music; concessions; merchandise; a raffle; an auction for passenger runs in Saturday’s high-speed event; and Tour de Force cars on display for photographs. [...]

406, 2018

SVPN – June 2018

June 4th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Sun Valley Tour de Force, July 27-28, 2018, premieres this summer offering a weekend packed with activities. From a downtown car show to a fundraising dinner to hosted sponsor events, this event promises fun for families, car aficionados, and everyone in between. Taking place about 14 miles north of downtown Ketchum, Idaho, the Sun Valley Tour de Force’s main event features up to 72 runs in several heats. Enjoy thrilling supercars and classic collectibles at this charity event, which raises funds for nonprofits making a difference in the community. By: SVPN Magazine Posted: June 2018 Issue Link: svpn-mag.com [...]

1505, 2018

Jim Clash: Business and Adventure Journalist, Author

May 15th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

James M. (Jim) Clash is the closest thing to a modern-day Superman as you will ever meet.  By day, he is a mild-mannered journalist who began his career as a business writer for Forbes magazine, reporting on cerebral topics like hedge funds and 401(k)s.  But, like Clark Kent, Clash has an alter ego as surprising – and fearless – as the Man of Steel himself. As an adventure journalist, author, Explorers Club fellow and director, Clash has engaged in some of the world’s most daring exploits and lived to write about them.  A partial list of his quests includes being shot [...]

“Since we at The Drive are suckers for any chance to see fast cars hauling ass, we were more than happy to book a trip out to Idaho for a chance to see the assembly of Porsches, Ferraris, Corvettes, and even more exotic sheetmetal (hello, Singer Vehicle Design) try and see how high a speed each of them could achieve when given legal carte blanche and a tank full of racing fuel.”

“Imagine you are stopped by a policeman in your sports car on a smallish, two-lane back road just outside of Sun Valley, Idaho. Rather than scold you, though, the officer smiles and gives a ‘thumbs up.’ You respond by lighting up the tires and screaming up a hill into a wide left-hander at 140mph, cresting at 170, then plummeting back down the hill through a speed trap at over 200 mph.”

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